One Piece Episode 959
In the next episode, the viewers will also get to know about the traitor who betrayed Oden and reveal all their plans to Orochi. Everyone is ready to sail as the battle is about to begin. So, when the next episode premieres? Here are all the latest details.
One Piece Episode 959
By the look of its preview, it seems like the next episode of the anime will adapt two chapters from the manga. It is likely that it will adopt Chapter 958 and Chapter 959. The fans will see the continuation of the Wano arc Act 3, and the Onigashima Festival will finally start. In One Piece Episode 959, Kaido and Orochi will gather their 40,000 men, and Kinemon will come with his 4000 men to challenge them.
Akazaya Eleven and Kinemon will gather at the rendezvous point as they promised. They already planned to meet this port at the Onigashima festival. However, they are about to face a huge sea storm, and Luffy and Law are nowhere to be seen. So, the fans will definitely see several twists and turns in the upcoming episode of the anime, and the fans will certainly like it.
The fans are desperately waiting for the 958th episode of OP as it will finally resume the Wano arc. One Piece Episode 958 will release on Sunday, January 24, 2021. It will be available to watch on Crunchyroll and other anime streaming platforms.
A solid episode once again. The Wano arc continues the One Piece tradition of Yet Another Exposition Episode that has so many moving parts it is hard to do much more than skim the surface. I feel like the material is strong enough that this is never dull, but an episode consisting of mostly discussing plans and troop arrivals isn't the most exciting.
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We could also expect that the newest episode will be featuring two manga chapters, chapter 958 and chapter 959. If you have read the Manga version of the same name, you will know about this while watching the teaser. From that, we can understand that the Wano arc will feature Act 3. This will mark the beginning of the Onigashima Festival.
The next episode will be aired on January 24, at 9:30 a.m, Japan Standard Time. All of the One Piece viewers will watch the show through Crunchyroll, AnimeLab, Funimation, and Netflix. We will get all of our questions answered in this latest episode.
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One Piece has officially kicked off Wano's third act with the newest episode of the series! Although One Piece wrapped the final moments of the Wano Country arc's second act at the end of 2020, it has finally returned to the arc with the start of the third act for the new year. Following a few episodes updating fans on the state of the world following the World Government's Reverie meeting, it's time to finally revisit just how things are progressing for Luffy and the Straw Hats in the Wano Country as they prepare to take on Kaido.
Episode 959 of the series rejoins Luffy and the rebel forces as they continue to set themselves up to raid Onigashima, but there's some major wrenches thrown into the start of the third act overall as it seems like the raid is getting off to a bad start thus far. Not only that, but the episode gave fans an interesting peek into the past with a surprising Oden flashback.
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